New Associative Model for Pattern Recall in the Presence of Mixed Noise

H. Sossa and R. Barrón (Mexico)


Pattern Recognition, AssociativeMemories, morphological associative memories.


One of the problems of actual associative memories, including morphological memories [5-6] is the presence of mixed noisy (additive and subtractive noise at the same time). Morphological memories are very efficient to recall patterns either when they are corrupted with additive noise or subtractive noise. When mixed noise corrupts the pattern the efficiency of any morphological memory is severally affected. In this paper we describe for the first time a new model of associative memories are able to recall patterns when they are corrupted with mixed noise. We provide several numerical and real examples where the new memories demonstrate their efficiency.

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